STEM Curriculum Designer

2021 Augest 14

Job Opening: STEM Curriculum Designer

1. Research latest trends and advances in STEM education, integrate the most cutting-edge material and technologies from the real-world into the curriculum, and ensure we offer programs with the newest STEM concepts;

2. Design program curriculum, instructional material, lesson plans, and teaching strategies from beginner to advanced levels and kindergarten to high school (K-12) with clear course objectives;

3. Develop course projects integrating electrical circuit boards, embedded systems, microcomputers, intelligent systems, data structure, signal processing, programming languages, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and related knowledge and techniques in STEM and electrical engineering area;

4. Draft teaching materials for STEM instructors to introduce and explain the mechanisms, functions, and principles of electrical circuits and their components, microcomputers (e.g. Raspberry PI), analog and digital signals, mathematical models used in AI, programming methods to install code to control embedded systems, etc., as well as related assessment materials to evaluate student learning;

5. Design interactive projects that provide real-world opportunities for students to practice their STEM skills and apply the knowledge and skills learned from coursework;

6. Stay current on related scholarly and educational trends by attending seminars and conferences in the Electrical Engineering field, read research papers on the top academic journals, in order to bring authentic resources and ideas to design curriculum and teaching materials;

7. Suggest improvements and options for advancement in our online courses and for our college application enrichment related courses, particularly for students interested in Electrical Engineering and related STEM fields as majors and careers;

8. Review feedback from teachers and students to further develop and adjust course materials.

Requirements
  • 1. Must have a master’s degree in Electrical Engineering, or its foreign equivalent
  • 2. Must be able to use Graph Theory and Topology Theory to build mathematical models used in Artificial Intelligence (AI)
  • 3. Must be able to use Fourier Analysis to analyze digital signal
Work Hours
  • Monday – Friday, 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m
  • 40 hours/week
Job Site/ Interview

Irvine, CA

Application

Please send your resume to [email protected] to apply this position